2019 NOFA/Mass Winter Conference Scholarship Program
We are happy to be able to provide scholarships sourced from member, presenter and exhibitor donations as well as grant funds to help others to attend the 2019 Winter Conference. All scholarship opportunities offer discounted registration in exchange for varying levels of participation in the conference. We rely on your volunteer energy to run this event, and all help is deeply appreciated.

Deadline to apply is January 1st, or until funding is exhausted.

Who can apply:
Individuals and groups are welcome to apply. NOFA/Mass membership is required. College students can apply under the university's membership.

Scholarship Programs Available:
- Winter Conference General Scholarship: $25 Requires two hours of work for adults.
- Work Exchange Program: $40 Requires three hours of work, and includes a t-shirt.
- Beginner Farmer Scholarship (For those farming less than 10 years): 50% off registration fees. No work requirement. Volunteering is helpful.

Once your application is processed, you will receive a confirmation email to let you know if you have been accepted. Once you have been accepted you will receive a discount code to register online. Please do not register until you have been given a code.

We have limited funds in the Scholarship program so please apply early!

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If you are not a current member, please renew today! Scholarship funds are reserved for NOFA Members.
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